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I started using Keepass yesterday and it's really useful however I cannot find a way to add wildcard into the url...

I want one key being used on all url(s) that met the following rule:


Then surfing to:


will automatically fill user/password...

How can I obtain that?

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Original poster, are you using KeeFox plugin ? ( If not, it's advisable because it will solve your issue. )

A solution that worked for me was :

  1. install Firefox web browser, this does not work in Chrome or Iexplore as far as I know
  2. install KeeFox plugin and ensure it works with keepass on some test website like
  3. in URL field, enter : domain_name.ext
  4. in KeeFox tab -> URLs tab enter: ^.*.domain_name.ext/.* -> Regular expression ticked, Match ticked
  5. test. Worked for me.
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Something like ^.** will match,,, etc - ^ matches start, . matches any character, and * matches zero or more of the previous. – Aug 5 '14 at 3:40
@BrianBurns that also matches – dube Mar 3 '15 at 9:12
@dube Yeah, and I guess ^.* is kind of redundant - i.e. do either ^foo or .*foo. – Mar 3 '15 at 17:21

I don't know about a wildcard solution but you can use references to re-use the username and/or password from one key in another.

You'd have to set up a key for each URL once but you'd only have to maintain the credentials in the master key.

See for more details.

Another thing that may match what you are looking for closer is how auto-type matches the window, look at If the different URL's contain the same title auto-type might work on all of them.

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You want to use regular expression. So:


would be represented as:


Depending on what browser you are using and what extension you are using to get the URL into the title bar, you may have to add something like this:

//.*http://www.*.domain_name.ext/ - Chromium//

More on regular expressions can be found ... well, it won't let me post any more links.

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Here's the regexp link. Also, another Chrom(e|ium) extension. – Diagon Aug 21 '15 at 0:07

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